Create Your Own Geometric Wall Art

Deciding to incorporate the geometric trend into your home is easy… but what should you add? How far should you go? Follow this step-by-step guide from Tara Dennis. 

A lot comes down to budget. If you just want to spend a little, look to feature geometrics in your accessories and accents- and get creative with wall art! It’s time to SHAPE UP using Tara Dennis’s metallic and geometrics step by step guide this season. 

Shimmery hexagon wall art is a hot trend that helps to take us back to the decadent world of Art Deco - and a great way to create shiny unique shape with the kids. For a shimmery shine- these geometrics are best hung where the light hits to create beautiful reflections around the room.

You’ll need

  • Gold glitter card
  • Gold foil card
  • Black and charcoal heavyweight paper or card
  • Fiskars hexagon paper punch
  • Tacky craft glue
  • Stretched canvas
  • Scissors

Step 1
Cut out a stack of hexagons using your paper punch. If you don't have a punch, make yourself a cup of tea and take your time doing them by hand using a template and sharp scissors.



Step 2
Arrange the hexagons on your canvas. Start at one side and work your way across. For the edge pieces use half hexagons.

Step 3
If you like the placement of the pieces start sticking making sure to get glue all the way to the edges of the pieces. This stops them from curling up.

TIP: I found all of my supplies, including the hex paper punch at Spotlight.

Tara Dennis has been appointed as ambassador for Reed Gift Fairs, Melbourne
 

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Posted by AbbaReport
I love the Ghost chair!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted by AbbaReport
I love the Ghost chair???